WATCH: Chinese vaccine found to have 73 side effects; U.S. adds to Chinese stock ban

Updated: Jan 13

China In Focus reports safety concerns of new COVID vaccine including "high blood pressure" and "urinary incontinence."



Chinese vaccine experts are calling the vaccine "the most dangerous vaccine in the world," according to NTD's China In Focus.


Reuter reports President Donald Trump is considering adding tech giants Alibaba and Tenecent to a blacklist of companies owned or controlled by the Chinese military, blocking US investors from owning shares in two of China's most valuable companies.


Reuters also reports:


The United States added dozens of Chinese companies, including the country’s top chipmaker SMIC and Chinese drone manufacturer SZ DJI Technology Co Ltd, to a trade blacklist on Friday as U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration ratchets up tensions with China in his final weeks in office.


Reuters first reported the addition of SMIC and other companies earlier on Friday. The move is seen as the latest in Republican Trump’s efforts to burnish his tough-on-China image as part of lengthy fight between Washington and Beijing over trade and numerous economic issues.


The U.S. Commerce Department said the action against SMIC stems from Beijing’s efforts to harness civilian technologies for military purposes and evidence of activities between SMIC and Chinese military industrial companies of concern.


The Commerce Department will “not allow advanced U.S. technology to help build the military of an increasingly belligerent adversary,” Secretary Wilbur Ross said in a statement.


The department also said it was adding the world’s biggest drone company DJI to the list along with AGCU Scientech; China National Scientific Instruments and Materials, and Kuang-Chi Group for allegedly enabling “wide-scale human rights abuses.”


“The United States will use all countermeasures available, including actions to prevent (Chinese) companies and institutions from exploiting U.S. goods and technologies for malign purposes,” Secretary of State Mike Pompeo added in a separate release.

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